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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 August 1889

Kir „•••• ■ & the: order. To the secretarles of tbe several County AJilanr.es throughout tUe state of Texas: My poitofflce address is Dexter, Cooke county, Texas. KespeutlUUy, h. S. Adair, Ch'n Com. on Credentials F. S. A. of T. Notice. Foht Wobth, Tkxas. To County Secretaries: Brethren:—You will please send for extra blanks and make supplemental re- ports to my office when two or more Alli- ances report to you. Do not wait to add them to your June report. Yours frater- nally. H. G. Moore. State Alliance Convention. All managers of co-operative stores, su- perintendent of Alliance flouring mills and county cotton weighers are hereby re- quested to meet in the State Exchange hall in the city of Dallas, Texas, on Friday Au- gust 10,1881), at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of permanent organization, to the end that we may Inaugurate a thorough ftystem of state co-operation. Brethren, let every one mentioned in this call be sure to come. We can learn much ftom each other and hold...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 August 1889

Mystery of Deatoan's Flat CHAPTER VIH. That evening, as John Smith sat smok- ing; on the trunk of a tree boforo the door of his cabin, Jack Newenham arrived in the camp of Red Mactorvish. He made straight for the isolated cabin of John Smith, guided thereto by some of tho miners, most of whom were knocking off work. This proud man of stainless honor felt ashamed of himself. The first glimpse he caught of that lonely motion- less figure reminded him forcibly that he had come to Red Mactarvuh not to see the camp, but to beg tho pardon of the man lie liad so wronged the night before. John Smith sat there, smoking hard, and staring ata landscape he did not even see, so blinded were his eyes by tliat vision of a beautiful, scornful face, looking at him over those pink azaleas. He did not hear Jack Newenham'a ap- proach till the latter touched him on the shoulder. Then ho turaed with a start, flushing a dull, deep red, and rising si- lently to his feet as he saw who his vis- itor was. "I'...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 August 1889

¡t, , TEE SOUTHERNMERCURYi DALLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST 15, 1ÓM. t Alliance Resolutions. New Hop* Alliance. The following resolutions were unani- mously adopted by New Hope Alliance No. 4334, July 18,18W): Where , We believe the Galreiton News to be an enemy to our lntereiti, therefore be It Resolved, That we pledge ourselves to sot support the Galveston News in any way, shape or form. Besolved, That we emphatically endorse the action of the Birmingham meeting, re- cently held in that elty. Besolved, That we request the forego- Ins; resolutions published in our official or* gan, This Mbkcurt. C. C. SWBARINGEN, ¡560. Navarro County. Resolutions apopted at a regular meeting >1 Blrdston Alliance No. 540, at Birdston, July 27,1889. Besolved by Birdston Alliance in regular session assembled, That we will use only cotton bagging for the present crop of cot- ton, provided it can possibly be obtained. Besolved, That we invite the co-opera- tion of our local merchants and gluners and (specially ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 August 1889

9 11 '■ 11111 ■ 1 — =5= THE SOUTEEKJYMERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. AUGUST 15, 1889. *:■ md& OFFICIAL. Notice. To tbe Members of the Farmer* Alliance of Texas, Greeting: 1 will leave my office August láih to meet with tbe executive committee, printing board and other committee, hence all mat' mall matter addretaed to me at Dublin will not reach me until after tbe adjourment of tbe Farmera State Alliance. Therefor* 1 would recommend that all correspondence asking for ruling* on point* of law, etc., be deterred until alter the meeting of tbe Farmer* State Alliance and my successor 1* iuetallcd. With kind regard* I am, Your* frater- nally, kvan JONKH. To Seoretarle* of County Farmer* Alli- ance*, Greeting: Wberea* there teem* to bo a mliunder- ■tanding in regard to who 1* chairman of committee on credential*, for tbe satlslao- tlon of all concered 1 will say credential* ■ent to either Bro. 8. L. Adair, Dexter, or L. D. Wright, Decatur, Texai, will come up all right, a* they are both membe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 August 1889

'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' [iOFFICIAL JOURNAL 'OF THE FARMERS STA TE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS."] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY' VOL. YII1. NO. 34. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22,1889. U/ill p. U/atKii? /T\usi<; <?o., 737 MAIN STREET, TEXAS. FIS@HEI PÍAN® S. So,000 Fischer Pianos in use. Oldest make in America, Full line of Pianos and Organs at lowest prices, for cash or on time. I' nil line of Pianos and Organs at lowest prices, tor cash or on time. T o the Representatives of the parmer^ Alliance of Yexa$: 0 We bid you'welcome to the Queen City of Texas, and sincerely trust that the results of your conclave may be of much substan- tial benefit to the important interests you represent. We also cordially invite you to make our establishment your abiding place during your sojourn in our midst, and in the event that you may desire to make any purchases in our line, shall be pleased to serve you. H. S. MITTENTHAL & CO., Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 August 1889

: es= ¿0UTHERNMERCURI* DALLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST 22, 1889. THE FAMILY. The Boll of Honefc We the underiigned «liten of the l«- man Alliance of Tnu, igra* to Mil eggs, ehlokena, batter end garden atuff to the •mount of onb dollab, Whloh amount la to be paid by tba first bat of ¿doubt, and the total amount ao aubaerlbed la to be applied to the payment of the Exchange Indebtedneaa: Mrs. A. P. Shaw, Donation, Tezaa. Mr . Bettle Gay, Columbua, (paid) Mra. L. £. Buckley, Kodgirit, To*. Mr . 8. C. Bowman, Oadoo Mill*, Tex. Mra. H. Blttick, Benton, Tex., J«M Mm. £lla Buib, " " " Mr . E. Fan , - « « Mra. c. J. McMarrian," " " Mr*, g, £. Huteheaon." " " Mra. Manor, ...... " Mra. Maitgie Mleara, Bed Rook, Texaa. Mra. L. M. A. Brown, New Canay, Tex. Mr*. E. D, Sullivan, " Mra. Sarah O. Shelton. Jewett, Texas. Mr . Tlahle Gravee, Donation, Texaa. Mra. L. O. McLalo, " " Mr . P. A. Neighbor!, " " Mra. Nannie Newland, " " Mra. Mary Gravo , " 44 lira. Jennie Da Bola, Jewett, Texaa. Mrt. Caroline SoUernl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 August 1889

■ "«i ' Wñfí ' { U ' S ' V"V;V.V'"' ',™ T ■" V "1?v ■ V - ' ■ ..V ív THE FRRM. Farm Notes. [Farm Field aud Bteckmau.l Put tlia best man ou the (tack, even if it ia the "boy." Ja tbat your cultivator standing out'i Pat It under cover. Didn't you say you were going to puttbe harvester under covor to-morrow? l>o it to-diy. A Washington county, Obi , farmer, ninety yours old, assist* tbe bands in the harvest field. Farmer in tbe 8cbuylklli valley, Penn- sylvania, have been doing their work by moonlight to escape tbe midday beat, x A grain stack In better to be topped out wltb.slough grata tbau to be drawn in ao quick that there is a "shoulder" on it where tbe water can "wet in." Don't let any big weeda go to seed. To be sure they don't, burn them before tbey shell out. If too green to burn well a little Straw will help thorn. t After a shower is a good time to go through tbe corn field and see if you can find any strong bl{ weeds tbat were skip- ped when cultivating. If you find any ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 August 1889

■ 'ffitc THE SO UTRERN ME HOUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST 23. 1889. —— 8® Ivf E\, R The Southern Mercury (ONK DOLLAR A YIAft IM ADVANCE) ——Published by the- ■ . STATE ALLIANCE PRINT1NQ BOARD. AX AD THIS 0 ABX WLLT. Mttraoite thoee who advertise with us. Advertiste* ratee furnished on applloatlon. Always mention Tai Mkhodry when writ <cr to advertleero. Keepbueinesa matters aenorate from eor- respondonoo intended (or publication. Examina the figures on the label on your na* per and lee that your Ume la oorreot. All letters intended for Tim Mbbooby whether buRlneaa or otherwise, should be ad dressed to Tun iotrraaaa Mkhooht, Dallas Texas. H W1U tahe about throe weeks aftersub- aoriptlons are aeat before the subscribers names will appear on the rerular mailnsr Valleys. When sending notices of ohangoof address, es, unless the old a well us the new address Is given, wo oannot pay any attention to auoh requests. Send money for Thb Mkhoübt as «POOlA^ above; all money for tboK*chsn*e must ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 August 1889

fe TfíU SOUTITEENMERÜUTtY: DÁLLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST 22, 1889. THE OROER. If V Ij I Notice. Fort Wobth, Texas. Te County Secretaries: Brethren:—You will please send for extra blanks and make supplemental re- porte to my office when two or more Alli- ances report to you. Do not wait to add them to your June report. Yours frater- pally. H. 6. Beau kiss. Editor Hercukt:—As It has been ■ome time aluce 1 liare written anything lor the readers of the dear old paper that Is so weloomly received throughout the Alliance circle, I wish to eay that I have been a regular subscriber of Tax Mer- cury lor the last three years, and am al- ways anxious to get the latest copy which la spreading the glad tidings of great joy to ail Alliance people. The Allianee is building up in our portion ef country and looking anxious to and (or the next meet- ing ot the great State Alliance, believing that there will be some of the ablest work done for the working class at the next State Alliance that ever taken place...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 August 1889

i % ' «¡ .1 ,í THE SO VTHEltJf MERCUR Y: DAiLLAti, TKXJS. A i/CUST 22, íssy. CHAPTER X. Tho understanding which hid come •bout between Elaina and Redfern had considerably alterad the young man's views ropnr^ing his fafo, Ho would hava died willingly In h"r plac*, keenly aa be had felt her strangu conduct ill al- lowing him to do so. He had not ex- pected her for one moment to com* for- ward anil confesa what he had believed her to be guilty of; but ho had hoped that 6he would gire one sign—to him alone—that shn understood and appro,el- ated the sacrifice ho was malting. Ha did not want gratitude—only recogni- tion, to show that she was what he be- lieved her to be. Now he had discovered her innocence, he was overwhelmed at his own mad and even shameful suspi- cions. How ho could thus have suspect- ed her seemed incredible to his under- standing. Every word, every look, overy sign of fear and confusion ho could in- terpret now in tho light of her own sus- picions of himself. His soul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 August 1889

TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY* DALLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST 22, 1889. X \ CORRESPONDENCE. Edixoh Mercury:—i ib going to say a few word* to the reader of The Mer- cury provMed the editor thinks it w«rtby of space. Why not fix a price on our eot tos tbU fall V I am confident we can get ten or twelve oeste per pound a easy me we get eight, ail that 1 neeessary Is for all of the cotton plantore to agree on a price and «ay we will not take lew. Do you be- Here the eotton manufacturera would shut down before they would give twelve cent • No; they aro compelled to havo our ootton regardless of the price. A fixed price would do away with the gambling ¿n "futures" and would make farming a more certain business. It is now like throwing up heads and tails, the farmer bus to con- tend with the variations of tbe seaeons and also is a prey to every one who is disposed to rob him of bis hard earnings. I am sor- ry to see the brotherhood so slow in re- sponding to the call of tbe Exchange. Have we got no mouied me...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 August 1889

OFFICIAL. Editor Mbrcuky:—Owing to the nun tier of lottor* coming from county pr««!< dent* and lecturers calling for lectura to visit them Ha they are greatly in need of Information in reference to our ttate enter- prise , I have thought it beat to give pub llcatlon that ata'meeting or the state board held in the elty of Dallaa the 27th of April last, that it waa thought belt to call in ■owe of our lecturer*, not that they were Indifferent but became our etate fund were too near exhausted, also that the State Kxchange and Mzbcuby could not pay their part of expenses. It was also agreed that if any counties wished a lect- urer that I should appoint and send hlra •they paying expenaes. Now, brethren, i am satisfied that good lecturing through out the state will do more to restore uonil dence in the order than anything else, ho let every county do all it can in that dlrec tion. Choose the brother you wuh to visit you and I will aid him all that 1 can in getting him to go, also with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 August 1889

I I I Ü "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [iOFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY " VOL. Y III. NO. 35. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAI\ AUGUST 29,18S9. LOCAL BREVITIES. "Extract of 13 Boots" 1b guaranteed to cure eczema. "Extract of 13 Roots" Is guaranteed to cure Bcotulu. Tbe first issue of the Midlothian Chron- icle is out. "Extract ol 13 Hoots" is guaranteed to cure catarrh. Beevllle has had refreshing showers the past week. "Extract of 13 Hoots" Is guaranteed to cure rheumatism. Three new firms in one week start busi- ness at Childress. See the card ot the Dallas Cooperage Co. elsewhere In this issue. As a tonic to invigorate the system "Ex- tract of 13Hoots" is unexcelled. For the finest and cheapest photos go to fae "Apex," 918 Elm St., Dallas, Texas. Bids are open ior building the iron fence Around the eapltol. Dr. West, 7-11 Elm St., Dallas, iimltB his priict'ce to Skin, aud llectal diseases and ol Genito Urinary Organs. Bosque c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 August 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST 29, 1889. -THE-FJUVULY, . The Boll of Honor. We tba underlined «litera o I the Far- mer Alliance of Tezaa, agree to aell egg*, chicken*, butter and garden atuff to the amount of one dollar, «bleb amount la to be paid by the first day of adoubt, and tbe total amount 10 subscribed is to be applied to the payment of tbe Exchange indebtedness: A* P. Sbaw, Donalton, Texas, (pd) Mr . Uettie Gay, Columbus, (paid) JJr . L. Ii. Uuokley, Rodger*, Tex. Wis 8. v. Bowman, Caduo Mill*, Tex. Mr*, jj. Blttivk, Benton, Tex., paid, Mr*. Klin liu*h, " •• " Mr . B. Fans, •« •« " Mr*, o. J. AleMurrlan," " " Mci, 8. E. lluichesoa." " " Mr*. Minor, " Mr*. Mangle Mleara, Bed lloolf. Mr*. L. M. A. Brown, New Caney. Mr*. L. D, Sullivan, •' " Mr . Sarab O. S bel ton. Jewett. Mrs. Tieble Grave , Donation. Mr*. L. c. McLaln, " Mr* f. A. Neighbors, " Mr*. Naunle Newland, " Mr*. Mary Oravo*, " ' " Mrs. Jennie Du Hoi*, Jewett, Texas. Mr*. Caroline Sebernlck, Center Line....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 August 1889

THE SO UTHERN MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS. A VG UST SI 1889. PROCEEDINGS Of the Farmers State Alliance. Annual Session, 1889. Dallas. Texas, August 20. Promptly at 8:30 on the morning of Tuetduy, Aug. 20th. President Evan .Tones raped the annual meeting of the Farmers State Alliance to order. The proceedings were In accordance with the usual manner, and the following members answered to their names: Evan Jones, president; T. M. Smith, vico president; H. U. Moore, secretary; J. A. Lando:?, treasurer; J. I. Moody Lecturer; J. W. Hankamers, assistant lecturer; 8. C. Kus. ■ell, chaplain; J. W. Patterson, doorkeeper; R. M. Flowers, assistant doorkeeper; H. C. Maund, Se'geant-at-arms. executive committee. B. J. Kebdrick, E. F. Rogers, D. M. Cunningham. committee on education. E. D. Macreudy, T. M. Smith, G. L. Clark, C. Loverton, N. H. C. Elliott. committee on industrial del'rssion. J. M. Perdue, R. J. Sledge, T. M. Smith, D. M. Rumph, C. A. McMeans. committee on good op the order. A. W. Gibs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 August 1889

tüSmi THE SOVTEEEJtMEROUBlí DAZLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST S9, 1889: The Southern Mercury (OMB DOLLAB ▲ YEAR IN ADVANCE) ■■ Published by tht STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. mKAP THIS 0ABBF17LLY. Patronise thoM who advertise with ui. Advertising rate* furnished on application. Always mention Tbb Munccnr when writ iBf to advertiser*. Keep business matter* generate from cor- respondence intended for publioatiou. Examina the Orures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time la correct. All letters intended for Thb Mbrcdrt whether business or otherwise, should be ad' jressed to Tkb Bouthbbb Mercury. Dallas Texas. .il ?.m tah0 *bout threo weeks after sub- sorlptlons are sent befrre the subscriber* name will appear on the regular mallmr (Alloys* When sending notlocs of ohnnifoof address, ea, unless the old a~ well us the r.ew address Is Iflven, we cannot pay auy attention U> suon requests. Mnd money for Thb Mkroürv as specified above; all money for the Exchange must be MnttoJ. B. Kelly. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 August 1889

Tl£E SOUTHERNMERCTJRYi DALLAS, TEXAS. AUGUST 29, 1889. above new body, the vote w«i taken, with the following remit: For consolidation. 123. ▲gainst consolidation, 28. The following telegram was readi Evan Jones. l'resldent: , _ Georgia State Alliance has ratified the new constitution and adopt* consolidation. C. W. ilACUNK, L. L. Polk. On the question of passing a law levying a per capita tax of 81 upon male each male member, the following Is the vote by coun- ties: COUNTIES. Austin, Angelina, Atascosa, Anderson, Archer, Btazos, Bosque, Blttuco, Bell, Brazoria, Bexar, Burnet, Brown. Bandera, Bastrop, Bowie, Burleson, Bee, Comanche; Camp, Colorado, Comal, Collin, Callahan, Caldwell, Coleman, £layv Chambers, Cor> etl, Cooke, Cherokee, Cass, Denton, Delta, DeWitt, Dallas, Eruth, Eastland, Ellis, FrauUUn, Frio, Fannin, Fayette, Falls, Fort Bend, Gtlle«ple, Gonzales, Uoilid, Greug, Greer, Guadalupe, Grimes, Galveston, Hamilton, Hays, Harrison, Hunt, Hardin, Hood, Houston, Hopkins, Hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 August 1889

'■ i == THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS. AUGUST SO, 1889. I r mm 9.031. CHAPTER n. When I went to pay Cynthia my first ▼isit at her new home at Kentish Town, it seemed to me that of all the vile places in London she had certainly chosen the vilett It was cheap, and convenient for Bora«e's journeys to liilliter street, she told me, and also for her daily appoint- ment as governess to thp two little daughters of a very great man on tho Stock Exchange, who lived in one of the largest houses near Regent's park. The rooms themselves were light and airy, and Cynthia's cunning fingers had already given them a look of home. "You will be able to put up with it for an hour or so in the afternoon, once or twice a week," she said, in her most downright style; "bocauBe I shall take care to have everything always at its best by 4 o'clock, on tho chance of your ooming. But you would soon find the difference if you were to spend the whole evening hero, and sleep and got up and dress the next mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 August 1889

Ut£m THE SOUTHERNMERCURYi DALLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST 29, 1889. xs CORRESPONDENCE. Erath County. Editor Mircuby:—Our ▲Ulaoee 1 liv- ening up considerably; most of the drone* have' been BUipenUed (rom the hive, lor reaioDg best known to the order. Nearly every member take* The Mebctoy nd think* it good medicine. Our Alliance at iu last meeting paased a resolution heartily endorsing the action of the Birmingham convention and pledged ourselve not to use Jute bagging, if cotton bagging could be had. We want Texas to put in her order for the two million yards ol cotton bagging, as some other states have done. We glory In the downfall of the jute trust. It ought to be remembered by cotton raisers as a day of victory aud by trust* as a day whenjuttlce floored their scheme* of robbing the (arming class ol people. We want our noble representatives that did this wonderlul work to back and come again and keep comiug until all such trusts re pasted from existence; give us moro Hkrcuky and less trust...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 August 1889

8 TES SO UTIIERN MERCUR Y: DALLAR, TEXAS, A UG UST 29, 1889. PROCEEDINGS Of the Farmers State Alliance. Continued from Filth Page. the membership thereby becoming a unit os all question* that are continually coming up before the order. tad. That you recommend that eacb lecturer be requested to present the claims of Thk Mkrouby before every meeting he addresses, and urge upen eaeb one present to aubsorlbe, and tbat be be paid 10 porcent •f all yearly subscriptions be secures. 8. That you authorize the secretary of •*ch aub-Alliance to act as agent for The Mbkccry and that he be allowed the same compensation as the lecturers. 4th. That your committee issue an ad' dress to the membership asking them one aad all to aubscrlbe for a copy of Tub IIxsccrt one year. In conclusion we would add tbat a strict compliance with our recommendations will result in untold advantages to the order; our circulation will be rapidly increased t and with the Increase will naturally come Increased influence...

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